Im toten Winkel

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Im toten Winkel
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Im toten Winkel poster
Directed by André Heller
Othmar Schmiderer
Release dates
  • 2002 (2002)
Running time 87 minutes (USA)
Country Germany
Language German

Im toten Winkel - Hitlers Sekretärin (titled Blind Spot: Hitler's Secretary in English) is a 2002 Austrian documentary directed by André Heller and Othmar Schmiderer.

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Blind Spot is a 90-minute interview of Traudl Junge, the last personal secretary of the Third Reich dictator Adolf Hitler. Urged to tell her story by her friend, Austrian author Melissa Müller, Junge agreed to make a documentary with André Heller, an Austrian director and artist, some of whose Jewish family members died in Nazi death camps. Two excerpts of this work, including the introduction and conclusion, are featured in the movie Der Untergang, which itself is partly based on Until the Final Hour, Junge's memoirs about her experience with Hitler.

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